Vegetarian Asian Snacks with Cabot Cheese and Ingredient Kit *NEW*

Cheese is one of the secret ingredients for many dishes including Asian food especially when we use local high-quality cheeses. You’ll learn how to make Asian snacks and appetizers incorporating different award-winning cheddar cheese from Cabot. We’ll make cheesy crispy rice rolls with mushroom and veggies, baked vegetarian Asian hand pies with scallion cheesy filling served with sweet and sour sauce, Korean spicy crispy cauliflowers with cheese sauce, and sweet lassi (refreshing yogurt drink) with different flavor options. Tuition includes the ingredient kit. The kit is available for pickup at CCAE on Wednesday, August 18 from 5-6pm. You’ll also receive a VIP coupon to buy yogurt from your local grocery stores. Instructor: Ploy Khunisorn
The ingredient kit includes award-winning cheddar cheese sponsored by Cabot, a Cabot VIP coupon, and pre-portion ingredients that will be enough to make all dishes. The kit is vegetarian, but you have an option to add any meat to the dish.
You’ll need basic cooking tools and utensils to cook the food at home.

If you want to register without the ingredient kit, please email info@ccae.org or give us a call to register for $65.

Sections

ASCB-SU21.01

Start Date

August 21, 2021

Time

11:00am

Location

Online

Cost

$90.00

Availability

5

Saturday, August 21 from 11am-1:30pm.
This class will be online via Zoom. You will receive a link and recipe packet once the class is confirmed to run, which may be between 3-7 days before the class starts. Please also check your spam folder.
If you register 12 hours or less before the class begins or after the start date, please contact zoom@ccae.org for the link.

Instructors: Ploy Khunisorn

Instructor

Ploy Khunisorn

Ploy Khunisorn is a native of Thailand. She went to Suan Dusit International Culinary School while she was working as a financial analyst in Bangkok. She came to the USA to do Master’s Degree in Sustainability at Harvard University and Master’s Degree in Education at Cambridge College. She started teaching Thai cooking classes at CCAE since 2014. She is also a program director, food and wine at CCAE. With her love of traveling over 30 countries, she has learned varieties of cuisine around the world. In her 6+ years with CCAE, Ploy has taught over 2,000 students to cook and bake Asian cuisines, vegan food, gluten free diets, pastries, and more.

Chef out her food passion on Instagram: @ployskitchen

Website: ployskitchen.com